Inconsistency on int’l law, history underpin Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict

The complexity of the dispute has implications for many other similar conflicts • The Golan Heights is part of Syria not because of some ancient connection, but because France and the UK decided so.

Missile war of the cities in Armenia and Azerbaijan escalates - analysis

Azerbaijan said that it had “liberated” seven villages on Saturday, which led to cheers in Baku.

Azerbaijan's leader: Armenia must set pullout timetable to end fight

In a televised address to the nation, Aliyev said Azeri forces were advancing in a week-long offensive to retake lands that they lost to ethnic Armenians in the 1990s.

The Israeli media war with Hezbollah - analysis

Hezbollah reads Israeli media and its media even quotes Israeli accounts to boost their own perception of events.

Kosovo war crimes court arrests guerrilla veterans' leader, lawyer says

The Kosovo Specialist Chambers in The Hague declined to comment on the reported arrest.

Hamas members burn coffin draped in Israeli flag, rally marking 13th anniversary of Second Intifada
The Second Intifada: A look back at the Palestinian terror campaign

20 years after the fact, what attacks did Israel face?

The Second Intifada: A defining event that reshaped the nation

20 years on, the memory of the Second Intifada still lingers

Houthi troops ride on the back of a police patrol truck after participating in a Houthi gathering
Senior al-Qaeda commander planning attack arrested by Yemen's military

The Yemeni official said that the terrorist was coming from the central province of Ma'rib to carry out a terror operation in the capital.

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